A brief outline of roman law
The present book is a comprehensive introductory manual for the study of Roman Law and its main institutes. The manual is mainly intended for canon law students who speak English and wish to uphold the medieval maxim «ius romanum vivit in Ecclesia».
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adrogatio agreement ancient archaic period assembly belonging bonorum Caius called causa century BC Civil Law system classical age cognitio extra ordinem comitia curiata concept consequence considered consules contract Corpus Iuris Civilis creditor criminal cuius debtor defendant delicto donation dowry emperor Empire ex delicto fact formula furtum gave give heir husband imperial imperium important inheritance iure ius civile ius gentium ius honorarium iusta judge juridical act juridical order jurist JUSTINIAN king legacy legis actiones Lex Iulia magistrate mancipatio mancipi mandatum manu manumissio maritalis marriage matrimonium mentioned Mevius necessary negotium norms obligation obligationes ex owner parties pater familias patria potestas penal penalty person plaintiff Plebeians possible post-classical age post-classical period praetor principle procedure realized reason Republican age Roman citizens ROMAN JURIDICAL INSTITUTES Roman law Rome Senate slave sponsio stipulatio successio testament testamentum testator THEODOSIUS II thing trial types word XII Tables